Reviewed by: STSH
Quite a few lovely nude/sex scenes, beautifully filmed. Not much sense, and nowhere near as good as the first two in the series, yet still warmly recommended.
Reviewer Score: 7
One little whinge : Chik King Man is badly under-exposed here. She gets only one bath scene and one short sex scene. What a waste.
But fans of Pauline Chan's ample and tall body won't be disappointed.
Reviewed by: hkcinema
The once mighty Tang Dynasty is in its decline. The bigland of China is being visited by famine, natural disasters and devils of all descriptions. Learned people forsake careers as officials, preferring to roam the countryside righting wrongs. Chu Chung is such a person. Everywhere he goes, beautiful Suzie, who is betrothed to him, follows. So they meet Wick, a monk endowed with magic powers. Chu Chung sees a picture of an exceedingly beautiful girl and falls in love with her. He begs Wick to help him cross the human-spiritual barrier to enter the picture. Chu Chung meets the girl Yi-meng. They make love. Little does Chu Chung realize he has fallen into arch demon Vixen's trap. Unwittingly, he kills the upright god of justice. Suzie helps a repentant Chu Chung escape into the human world. She herself is incarcerated. Wick and Suzie reluctantly help Chu Chung enter the spiritual world again. Righteousness prevails. Vixen loses the war. And Yi-meng is transported to the human world. Unfortunately, Suzie dies. But she may not have died after all...
[Reviewed by Rim Films Catalog]